CERN-PH-TH-2013-314
MCNET-13-19
arXiv:1312.5536
Phys.Lett. B735 (2014) 157-163

by: Zapp, Korinna C. (CERN)

Abstract:
In this publication the performance of the Monte Carlo event generator JEWEL in non-central heavy-ion collisions is investigated. JEWEL is a consistent perturbative framework for jet evolution in the presence of a dense medium. It yields a satisfactory description of a variety of jet observables in central collisions at the LHC, although so far with a simplistic model of the medium. Here, it is demonstrated that also jet measurements in non-central collisions, and in particular the dependence of the jet suppression on the angle relative to the reaction plane, are reproduced by the same model.